Who Was Marc Lépine?

It is not widely known that Marc Lépine, the perpetrator of the École Polytechnique Massacre in Montréal in 1989, had a Muslim father — and in fact bore a Muslim name, before he changed it.

Yesterday a caller on the John Counsell radio show in Ottawa explained some of the back story on what happened:

Many thanks to KGS for adding the graphics and uploading this video.

4 thoughts on “Who Was Marc Lépine?

  1. I do have to say so myself, alas, but in my “The Deadly Jive of Jiverly Diversity,” in April 2009, https://gatesofvienna.net/2009/04/the-deadly-jive-of-jiverly-diversity/, there is this passage:

    “On December 6, 1989, Marc Lepine, http://gaohx2050.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!1FC42EC028A9AE36!159.entry the worst mass murderer in Canada’s history, killed 14 women and wounded 10 women and four men at a Montreal’s Polytechnique engineering university. Lepine was born Gamil Gharbi, son of an Algerian Muslim.”

  2. Glad to see this episode resurrected as the details unveil the connection to every atrocity committed by members of this war cult.

    “Lepine was born Gamil Rodrigue Liass Gharbi on October 26, 1964 in Montreal, the son of Algerian immigrant Rachid Liass Gharbi and Canadian nurse Monique Lepine. His father, a mutual funds salesman, was travelling in the Caribbean at the time of his son’s birth. During his absence, Monique Lepine discovered evidence that her husband had been having an affair. Gharbi was a non-practising Muslim, and Monique Lepine, a former Catholic nun who had rejected organized religion after she left the convent. Their son was baptized a Roman Catholic as an infant, but received no religious instrction during his childhood. his mother described her son as “a confirmed atheist all his life”. A daughter, Nadia, was born in 1967.

    Related, but somewhat off topic . . . The caller mentioned the book, “Reliance of the Traveller” a reference manual which is described as the ‘classic manual of Islamic sacred law’ . “Reliance of the Traveller” is a curious title for such a book. Reading into the meaning behind the title, I am guessing it refers to the ‘hijrah’ (migration) which suggests believers are expected to migrate and spread the doctrine in any manner permissible as stated in that islamic legal guide.

  3. Feminism in its extreme form is pro Islamic.It demonises the little bald 55 year old geezer in the office that talks about [female appurtenances] and would never in a million years rape you at the same time as it glorifies hardcore male supremacy in Islam and other foreign cultures.

    I don’t want to appear cynical but I would suggest that a lot of so called feminists want a compliant husband and tax provider and also recourse to a bad boy nutter on the side.

    Listen,your compliant husband can easily become a bad boy nutter with this kind of provocation.

    Do our girls really want starvation,beatings,beheadings and flies crawling around on their eyes,have we really sunk that low?

  4. So a similar story to the recent London beheading, then. Something to be hushed up in the media, and best forgotten. Move along, nothing to see here…

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